Personal Safety

Focus on personal safety measures for maritime professionals, covering topics such as personal protective equipment and safety drills.
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It is key to learn from accidents to be able to succeed in shipping. This incident is based on the experiences of the UK P&I Club. Accidents like the one in this course can and do happen. As you go through this course, ask yourself, "Could this happen on my ship?"

Deck Operations
10 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6

This course introduces the basic safety concepts of vessel operations. It covers the safety legislation applicable to ships and the means of compliance with such requirements. Personal safety is also covered including personal routines in many areas of the ship from the Galley to the Engine Room.

Personal Safety
2 hours and 47 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6

Anchoring is one of the most frequent operations carried out onboard different types of ships. It is an extremely important and dangerous procedure which requires full knowledge and understanding in addition to proper training. Several factors influence the anchoring operation and various methods are used to ensure the best results. With that said, it is of paramount importance for all crew members regardless of rank, to know the proper procedures and use of equipment during such operations.

Deck Operations
1 hour and 10 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6

In this course, you will learn what is a Personal Lifejacket, how to choose the best one for you and how to use it properly. The course follows the U.S. Coast Guard requirements.

Life Saving Appliances
1 hour and 0 minutes
Avg. rating 4.1

The galley is crucial to the operational effectiveness of any ship as it provides food for all crew members. It should be properly and hygienically run to ensure that ship personnel remain healthy and can be looked after properly.

Interior and Service
2 hours and 57 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5

This course is intended to provide the knowledge needed to act as a Safety Officer onboard. As a Safety Officer, you are responsible for inspections and overseeing the safety of procedures & equipment.

Risk Management
1 hour and 19 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6

This is a guide to self-inspecting & maintaining the Pilot Ladder. Courses from Navguide Solutions will help you learn on-job skills and improve your results in third-party Inspections, such as Port State, SIRE, Rightship, Audits, etc. They will also assist you in getting ready for promotions and becoming a thorough professional.

Inspections
14 minutes
Avg. rating 4.7

When working onboard, one is exposed to hazards and risks all the time. By raising awareness of the hazards, the likelihood can be decreased and thereby, also the potential risk. This course is intended to provide you with the fundamental knowledge of Risk Assessment onboard and give you a useful tool to handle potential risks.

Risk Management
33 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5

As per International Safety Management Code, safety management objectives should provide for safe practices in ship operations and a safe working environment, together with an assessment of all identified risks. To achieve this goal, the company should establish a safety and environmental protection policy. Operating machinery must be clearly cut-off while maintenance is in progress and precautions should be taken to avoid unintentional power supply or pressurised fluid release.

Engineering
25 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5

The interaction among members of a team before, during and after a job is referred to as team communication. The ability of every team member to effectively send, receive and verify messages, instructions and other information is critical in ensuring safety on board.

Risk Management
20 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6

Asbestos on board ships, although contained in set quantities, can still be present. It is therefore necessary that the personnel operating on board the vessels, as well as the Prevention and Protection Service Manager, are adequately informed and trained about the potential risks associated with a context in which, there is asbestos in the workplace.

Risk Management
29 minutes
Avg. rating 4.1

In this course, Crowd Management, you will get crucial information on how to handle crowds and people during crises and emergencies. Traveling with several hundred, closer to a few thousand passengers, and being responsible for their lives is just a regular day within the shipping industry.

Human Resource
43 minutes
Avg. rating 4.3